New York-based contributor to The Guardian and international correspondent for CapeTalk Radio
Since 2001, A.M. Brune has reported and written hundreds of freelance newspaper, magazine and website articles – from pitch to print – for publications, such as the New Yorker, The Guardian, the New York Times, The Nation, Atlas Obscura and other national publications on a variety of topics, including world affairs, social justice, human rights and culture. Brune has also worked as a press officer at the United Nations and an associate editor for the UN Yearbook, an annual chronicle of all things UN. She is currently the U.S. correspondent for CapeTalk (South Africa) morning radio. Brune holds a BS in Journalism from Northwestern University and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University in the City of New York. She often brings along a camera on assignments and is known to shoot her own photos.